Davido: Police speaks on deaths of Tagbo, DJ Olu, Chime
Dolapo Badmus, Zonal Police Public Relations Officer (Lagos/Ogun), has reacted to reports that DJ Olu and his friend died of drug overdose.
According to the police spokesperson, the autopsy report is not out yet.
There are rumours that DJ Olu and his friend, Chime, who were found dead inside their car in an apartment complex over the weekend, died of drug overdose.
In a statement, the former Lagos state PPRO wondered why such rumour is being peddled when the autopsy result for the deceased persons was being expected.
Badmus said only the autopsy result of Tagbo Umeike is out.
“But why all these rumours that Olu Abiodun and Chime Amaechi died of drug overdose? she quipped.
“The commissioner of Police Lagos State command CP Imohimi Edgar never revealed that the two friends died as a result of overdose!
“The command is awaiting the result of the autopsy and investigation is ongoing! Let’s avoid peddling stories that are not confirmed especially when people have lost their lives.
“Only Tagbo’s autopsy just returned. It will be made public at appropriate time if need be. #policeawaitsautopsy #waitforreport.”